Captain America Sentinel of Liberty #4
Written by Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly
Art by Carmen Carnero
Colors by Nolan Woodard
Letters by Joe Caramagna
The Rundown: Steve asks questions of the people in his life as a shadow looms over him and his mission.
Steve Rogers has questions for the people in his life. He starts with Bucky. After the two old friends finally put their cards on the table about working two sides of the same case, they come to an agreement about their next move. Steve continues his day and both asks his new friends what they think about the symbol that he carries as well as teaching a lesson about when to fight.
After spending some time getting a different perspective on who he is and what he represents, Steve Rogers confronts the shadow that’s been dogging him all day. A confrontation that will lead him to taking a different tactic with a foe and seeing if that foe learned anything during the time spent following Captain America.
The Story: Lanzing and Kelly craft an entertaining and wonderful story filled with great twists. The plot takes Steve away from the bigger mystery and gives him time to reflect and reach out to people before hitting the reader with an awesome twist that was refreshingly unique and engaging. I enjoyed this issue immensely and am excited to see where this plot goes next.
The Art: Carnero delivers some beautifully detailed and thrilling art throughout the issue. Even though there isn’t much action in the story itself, there are wonderful visual moments of tension and drama throughout.